Tag Archive: Leadership Development

How to Maximize the Most Neglected Growth Opportunity in Leadership

Pain doesn’t change you; neither does education, adversity, or social interaction. Only one thing changes you. Attitude – mental disposition – determines the impact of life events. The most neglected growth opportunity Reflect… Continue reading

5 Things I Learned From 30 Days of Gratitude

My gratitude practice: Record one point of gratitude every day. (It must be written, not simply thought.) Lessons from 30 days of gratitude: #1. Gratitude is disproportionately beneficial. Overall, November was more enjoyable… Continue reading

The Five Freedoms of Gratitude

“Ingratitude is the essence of vileness.” Immanuel Kant Ingratitude is weak, small, ugly, arrogant, and contagious. Unthankful leaders repel healthy followers. Companions of ingratitude: Fear. Entitlement. Envy. Blame. Anger. Freedom: Gratitude is freedom.… Continue reading

5 Years Ago Today: 7 Surprising Strategies that Elevate Leaders

Knowledge you currently have takes you where you’ve already been.

One Year Ago Today: The Path From Empathy to Accountability

This post was published one year ago today. (11-15-2019) The ability to manage schedules, operate machines, or take someone’s temperature has nothing to do with leading. The challenges of leadership are human, not… Continue reading

Rise Above Lousy Teamwork: 7 Competencies of Teams that Work

Lousy teamwork wastes time and squanders resources. We’ve all been frustrated with teams that underperformed. But what are the key factors for teams that work? Scott Tanenbaum and Eduardo Salas distill the answer… Continue reading